Things are getting spooky in the PSN Halloween sale, with discounts on an array of horror hits and vaguely unsettling games.
Basically, if it's got even the hint of a reanimated corpse or spooky scary skeleton then you'll probably find it on offer. That does mean the definition of a horror game has been stretched just a little!
Resident Evil 2? That's fine. Doom? Sure thing - and it's at a lovely price too. Life is Strange 2? Well, that gets a suspicious look from me. Outside of some questionable inclusions, though, there are some good deals to be had. Others you might want to grab elsewhere if you don't mind physical versions instead.
Take Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5. Both are excellent games and in this PSN Halloween sale for £24.99, but we've spotted them for under £20 right now at a few other retailers. Same for Metro Exodus, which is slightly cheaper at £24.99 on PS4 and Xbox One from Amazon UK.
That said, you can find some competitive prices on many other games. I've listed a few of the highlights below, but do check out the full PSN Halloween sale to see if there's anything else that grabs you:
- World War Z for £15.99
- Vampyr for £15.99
- A Plague Tale: Innocence for £22.74
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition for £15.99
- Dishonored The Complete Collection for £18.99
- Doom for £4.99
- Blasphemous for £15.99
- Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition for £15.99
- Life is Strange 2 Complete Season for £18.99
- SOMA for £3.99
- Kingdom: New Lands for £1.79
If you're looking at throwing a Halloween party over the next couple of weeks or just want to hide away inside from the trick or treaters, there should be something there for you to get stuck into. Some of these prices are only available for PS Plus members so do check out Jelly Deals for the best PS Plus price.
We've also already started gathering all the best PS4 Black Friday deals, Nintendo Switch Black Friday bargains and Xbox One Black Friday offers ahead of next month's sales extravaganza. Keep those pages bookmarked over the coming weeks to be the first to know all the top gaming discounts.
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